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Muffler problems 2

So is that a yes or a no lol

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Yes.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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No wait


If the muffler is literally falling apart, I would replace it before you take it to get it safety inspected. If it just has a small hole in it and has no chance of it literally coming apart, then I wouldn't worry about it. So technically, it's not necessary to replace the muffler for a safety inspection but it'll be up to who is inspecting the car if he decides to have you replace it or not. So if the muffler is "rough" , I would replace it. If it's still in good shape, then I wouldn't bother replacing it.

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If they don't require emissions where you're going to take the Bronco, as long as your lights, horn, signals, etc all the required things are working, you shouldn't have a problem with it. The fact that the muffler was bad when you went to emissions, this is the reason why it failed there.

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